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I’ve been thinking for a while about how I might get my antenna to load up on 160m. It’s a 104′ dipole fed with ladder line. I decided to try connecting both sides of the ladder line together and driving … Continue reading
The future electronics lab and mobile hacker space, before and after the flooring installation.
Beautiful homebrew Linear Amplifier, built by K4CA (SK)
My Ubuntu Hams badge. Some nerd bling just in time for hamfest.
Our Ubuntu kernel sprint in London has been going very well. Our focus this week has been sharing information with each other about how we do our work, to spread around some critical knowledge. This morning we walked to work … Continue reading
The arduino power monitor needed a little field-expedient power supply modification. Running the arduino and network interface from 12V to the arduino board was causing the arduino regulator to get way too hot (the current was around 220 mA. I kluged … Continue reading